Brewers fall to Reds

Christian Yelich homered and drove in a pair but the Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Cincinnati Reds Sunday afternoon 11-5 in Maryvale. The Reds struck six times in the first inning off of Brewers hurler Josh Tomlin, including homers by Derek Dietrich and Kyle Farmer. The Brewers would score five unanswered runs thanks to home runs by Yelich, Manny Pina, and Hernan Perez along with RBI doubles by Yelich and Keston Hiura. The Reds would put the game away with three runs in the fourth inning and an extra pair in the eighth. The Brewers get the day off from game action before playing the Colorado Rockies on the road on Tuesday.

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